Experience BIG fun in our Social Skills Summer Camps!


As the school year ends and summer begins, your children will find themselves in a variety of new social environments–camps, playgrounds, beaches and family or friends' houses, to name a few. 

As they're interacting in these new environments, they will need to use different social skills, like sharing, conversations, sportsmanship, etc. For some children, these kinds of social skills come naturally; however, some kids require extra help to learn the appropriate social skills to successfully play and communicate with their peers.

To give your children the extra boost they need to learn social skills, Baton Rouge's Behavioral Intervention Group (BIG) is offering unique Social Skills Camps in June and July for children ages 7-11. BIG's Social Skills Camps, supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, are fun groups that tailor their focus on particular social skills, such as empathy, conflict resolution, figurative language, making friends, and keeping friends.

For more information on BIG’s Social Skills Camps and other behavioral programs, visit us online or call (225) 757-8002.

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10 May 2019


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